Salina Palace

Palace in Salamanca

Salina Palace Salamanca
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The Salina Palace was commissioned by Rodrigo de Messía and designed by the architect Gil de Hontañón in the Renaissance style. It was built in the first half of the 16th century. It owes its name to the fact that it used to be a salt storage. It has a wide facade in the plateresco style with Italian elements and a patio in which the characteristic arches draw attention. The internal gallery is decorated with figures of bent and suffering figures.

It currently houses the offices of the Salamanca Provincial Government.


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Visiting Salina Palace

Duration: 20 minutes

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